The Noops Challenge
20 incredible machines, tuned to perfection.
Tuned to do...absolutely nothing.
Play with code this summer, there'll be challenges for people of all skill levels, backgrounds, and languages/frameworks of choice!
All Community Forum members who complete one or more challenges by 11:59pm PT on July 5th will receive a limited edition Noops Challenge badge on their Community Forum profile. Learn more about GitHub Community Forum badges and how to obtain them.
Challenges will be posted weekly and run from June 11, 2019, to July 5, 2019.
Challenges will be live mid day PST June 11, 2019.
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bot versus a bot! thats how its done
checkout my repo https://github.com/ars75/fizzbot
I used this opportunity to do a mini-walkthrough on how to download and use Postman to access an API (like the Hexbot one).
I hope this content is useful for a totally brand-spanking-new beginner to have a little fun with it:
Here is my repo, I'm a noob to API so I probably done it in the most ineffective way possible: https://github.com/BlankFaces/hexbot
So far only two functions:
Saves the hex to a 100 x 100 image to a directory
Gets 10,000 hex values, sorts them and saves the results, looks really good when a nice seed is added to the request
I'm planning on adding other stuff but not sure fully what to do
The description of Noops is misleading. I already found 2 Noops which are not APIs (Golfbot and Cambot):
They’re each a black box, an API that emits a stream of data we want you to work with.This, too:
All our Noops have simple APIs for you to play with.